[Coco] Software media
flexser at fiu.edu
Thu Mar 31 17:54:56 EST 2005
As far as cassette tapes go, any decent quality one will do. The main
difference between regular ones and computer ones is just that the computer ones
don't have a leader at the beginning; if you use regular ones instead, you just
have to be careful when saving the first program on the tape that you're past
On Fri, 1 Apr 2005, David wrote:
> billg wrote:
> >Believe it or not, as big as this little town is, I cannot find floppy
> >diskettes or computer cassette tapes.
> >I've check all 7 Radio Shack stores, Walmart, K-mart, and all the little
> >independent variety stores around and everyone has switched to 3.5"
> >diskettes or CDR and DVD media.
> >If ANYONE has a spare disk or two or a spare cassette tape they could spare,
> >I'd sure appreciate it. And I'm still hoping someone will find some extra
> >manuals (all kinds) that they would not mind parting with.
> >To those who have already helped, thanks. And a TIA (thanks in advance) for
> >the rest of ya.....
> > A Touch of CoCo BBS and *Square One Forum
> >http://squareone.no-ip.org telnet://squareone.no-ip.org
> >FidoNet (1:123/22) SkyNet (30:3300/2) JustaXnet (510:203/1)
> You'll often find 5 1/4 inch floppies for auction on eBay, and they go
> rather cheap.. check out the Vintage Computers areas
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